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Mollusca from the Miocene and lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina.

Julia Anna Gardner

Mollusca from the Miocene and lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia,
  • North Carolina
    • Subjects:
    • Scaphopoda, Fossil,
    • Gastropoda, Fossil.,
    • Paleontology -- Pliocene,
    • Paleontology -- Virginia,
    • Paleontology -- North Carolina

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWith a summary of the stratigraphy, by W. C. Mansfield.
      ContributionsMansfield, Wendell C. 1874-1939.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE75 .P9 no. 199
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. (310 p.)
      Number of Pages310
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL254787M
      LC Control Numbergs 51000213
      OCLC/WorldCa4032382

      The Pliocene, to million years ago,* was a time of global cooling after the warmer Miocene. The cooling and drying of the global environment may have contributed to the enormous spread of grasslands and savannas during this time.   Gardner J () Mollusca from the Miocene and lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina, part 2, Scaphopoda and Gastropoda. Geol Cited by: 1. A chemical study of the silicate minerals of the Great Gossan Lead and surrounding rocks in Southwestern Virginia: not North Carolina specific: not North Carolina specific: Virginia Polytechnic Institute: Master thesis: p. not North Carolina specific: Archdale: Steel: W.G. Dikes of the Durham Triassic basin near Chapel Hill. Upper Cretaceous and Cenozoic Geology of the Southeastern Atlantic Coastal Plain: Atlanta, Georgia to Chesapeake, Virginia July 1–9, , Volume References Related.


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Mollusca from the Miocene and lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina. Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., (OCoLC) Online version: Gardner, Julia Anna, Mollusca from the Miocene and lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina (OCoLC) Online version: Gardner, Julia Anna, Mollusca from the Miocene and lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina, Part 2, Scaphopoda and Gastropoda.,United States Geological Survey, Professional Paper, PP B: pages with 15 plates of fossil shells.

Gardner, J. Introduction: Part 2 of the Systematic Report continues and concludes the study of the Mollusca from the Miocene and lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina.

One hundred and nineteen species, only a fraction of the known fauna, are reviewed and 66 additional species are described and figured. (See faunal chart, pp. ) The report upon the gastropods Cited by: Mollusca from the Miocene and lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina, Part 2, Scaphopoda and Gastropoda.

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Mollusca from the Miocene and lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina. OSTRACODE BIOSTRATIGRAPHY OF THE YORKTOWN FORMATION (UPPER MIOCENE AND LOWER PLIOCENE) OF VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA By JOSEPH E.

HAZEL ABSTRACT The Yorktown Formation of Virginia and North Carolina is divided into three ostracode assemblage zones based on the occur­ rence of species in 43 by: Mollusca from the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina: Part 2.

Scaphopoda and Gastropoda. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper (B); E. Petuch. Neogene History of Tropical American Mollusks ; External links. WMSDB - Worldwide Mollusc Species Data Base: family DrilliidaeClass: Gastropoda.

J.A. Gardner. Mollusca from the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina: Part 2. Scaphopoda and Gastropoda.

United States Geological Survey Professional Paper (B)Clade: Caenogastropoda. The Miocene (/ ˈ m aɪ. ə ˌ s iː n, ˈ m aɪ. oʊ-/ MY-ə-seen, MY-oh-) is the first geological epoch of the Neogene Period and extends from about (Ma).

The Miocene was named by Charles Lyell; its name comes from the Greek words μείων (meiōn, "less") and καινός (kainos, "new") and means "less recent" because it has 18% fewer modern sea invertebrates than the Pliocene. Mollusca from the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina, with a summary of the stratigraphy by W.

Mansfield. Washington, DC: U. Govt. Printing Office, Geological Survey Professional Paper STRATIGRAPHY OF UPPER PLIOCENE AND LOWER PLEISTOCENE MARINE AND ESTUARINE DEPOSITS OF NORTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA AND SOUTHEASTERN VIRGINIA By BLAKE w.

BLACKWELDER ABSTRACT The Chowan River Formation is proposed for marine and estuarine de­ posits of late Pliocene age that are exposed along the Chowan Cited by: Mollusca from the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina (2 parts; Washington: GPO, ), by Julia Anna Gardner, contrib.

by Wendell C. Mansfield Part 1 (Pelecypoda; with a summary of the stratigraphy): PDF at   Gardner, J. Mollusca from the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina: Part 1.

Pelecypoda, United States Geological Survey Professional Paper A: iv, pagesplates Gardner, J. Mollusca from the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina: Part 2. Therefore, the beaks from the Lower Pliocene (Zanclian) Yorktown Formation in North Carolina, USA, which have been described as Mola chelonopsis by Weems () and as Mola cf.

chelonopsis by. Ostracode biostratigraphy of the Yorktown Formation (upper Miocene and lower Pliocene) of Virginia and North Carolina Professional Paper By: Joseph E. Hazel. Her report on the "Mollusca from the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina" (Professional Paper A), published inbuilt partially on the work of Dr.

Mansfield, and included work Gardner had started up to 20 years mater: Bryn Mawr College, Johns Hopkins. Miocene lower Pliocene), these species were based on few specimens.

Now that a large collection of echinoids from this formation has been studied, these species are redescribed herein and two additional species reported. This collection was made by Mr. Virginia and northeastern North Carolina, from the.

Cenozoic Mollusca of New Zealand (Lower Hutt, NZ: New Zealand Geological Survey, ), by A. Beu and Phillip A. Maxwell (PDF in New Zealand) Filed under: Bivalves, Fossil. Mollusca from the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina (2 parts; Washington: GPO, ), by Julia Anna Gardner, contrib.

by Wendell C. Mansfield. Virginia in the Pliocene Epoch; ‐ million years ago This map shows how North America appeared 3 million years ago. Waves lap on the shores of Louisa County and The Yorktown Formation has been deposited But global sea level begins to drop over feet in the Pliocene because of an increase in glacial ice at the Size: 1MB.

Description of a New Genus and Species of Scallop (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Pectinidae) from the Upper Cenozoic of North Carolina Article (PDF Available). Chesapecten, a new genus of Pectinidae (Mollusca, Bivalvia) from the Miocene and Pliocene of eastern North America Professional Paper By: Lauck W.

Ward and Blake W. Blackwelder. Gardner J, Mansfield WC () Mollusca from the Miocene and lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina, Part 1, Pelecypoda, with a summary of the stratigraphy. Geol Surv Prof Pap A:1– Google ScholarAuthor: Javier H.

Signorelli. The most dramatic evolutionary event of the Pliocene epoch was the appearance of a land bridge between North and South America.

Previously, South America had been much like modern Australia, a giant, isolated continent populated by a variety of strange mammals, including giant ingly, some animals had already succeeded in traversing these two.

A study of fossil pollen as found in peat from the Dismal Swamp area of Virginia and North Carolina: Pollen: Virginia: Master thesis: Various: CPO: Lewis: D.W. Preliminary stratigraphy of the Pungo River Formation of the Atlantic continental shelf, Onslow Bay, North Carolina: Pungo River Formation: East Carolina: Master thesis.

FLORIDA FOSSIL INVERTEBRATES ISSN Florida Fossil Invertebrates is a publication of the Florida Paleontological Society, Inc., and is intended as a guide for identification of the many common invertebrate fossils found within the state.

Each part deals with a specific taxonomic group and contains aFile Size: 2MB. Geology and Paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina, III.

This volume on the geology and paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine is the third of four to be dedicated to the late Remington Kellogg. It includes a prodromus and six papers on nonmammalian vertebrate paleontology. are compatible with assignment to the early Pliocene.

The Miocene is the first epoch of the Neogene period of the Cainozoic. It started about 23 million years ago and ended about million years ago.

The rock beds that mark the start and end are well known, but the exact dates of the start and end of the period are uncertain. The biota becomes 'modern'. The Miocene was named by Sir Charles Lyell. For example, Julia Gardner's classic Mollusca from Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina, pages, 38 plates, 74 fossil localities is still available from the USGS (as PP for $ plus P&H.)" Try: the Advanced Book.

Mollusca from the Miocene and lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina, Part 2, Scaphopoda and Gastropoda.,Professional Paper, PP B: pages with 15 plates of fossil shells. Read More». Full text of "The molluscan fauna of the Pliocene strata underlying the Adelaide plains" See other formats 42 THE MOLLUSCAN FAUNA OF THE PLIOCENE STRATA UNDERLYING THE ADELAIDE PLAINS PART I By N.

Ludmook * [Read 9 April ] SUMMARY The inolluscau fauna of the South Australian Pliocene is best developed and pre- served in the E>ry Creek.

The upper Miocene shoreface and wave-dominated deltaic complexes in the onshore part of the basin were sourced from north- and northwest-trending fluvial systems from the Chiapas foldbelt. Episodic movement along growth faults in the east and southeast parts of the basin intermittently halted progradation, controlling sandy deltaic depocenters.

collection is a mixture of Lower Miocene and Recent shells, for the collector was unable to keep them separate under the circumstances. The faunas of the two horizons which are separated and the relative abundance of each species are as follows: LOWER MIOCENE SPECIES A thesis submitted for the degree of M.

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2, pt. 1 }. Miocene -Pliocene 1. • The Miocene Epoch (meaning "moderately recent") extends from approximately 23 million years ago until 5 million years ago.

It was during the Miocene that a new ecological niche was filled, as grazing animals. Equidae of the Oligocene, Miocene and Pliocene of North America, iconographic type revision.

Memoirs of the AMNH ; new ser., v. 2, pt. Figure Credits Creative Commons enables the sharing and reuse of media through a variety of free copyright Stanly County, North Carolina, Geology, 12(7): – A) and E) Gardner, J.

(–), Mollusca from the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina, US Geological Survey Professional Paper (A–B. Beets, C. - The Pliocene and Lower Pleistocene gastropods in the collections of the Geological Foundation in the Netherlands (with some remarks on other Dutch collections).

- Meded. Geol. Sticht. C-IV; pp., 1 fig., 6 plts. Orig. wrps., very good, lg4to. € Gardner, J Mollusca from the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of \irgiiiia and North Carolina, Part 2.

Scapho- potla and Gastropoda United States. Geological Survex Professional Paper IB;iii,pis. Gardner, J. and T.H. Aldrich. 1 91 9. Mollusca from the Upper Miocene of South Carolina with descriptions of new species. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Miocene and Pliocene mollusks from Trinidad by Peter Jung PhD,Paleontological Research Institution edition, in EnglishPages:. This book although it appeared in print in is still considered to be the "standard " reference guide for identification guide to over species of molluscan species found in south Florida's Pliocene Epoch ( to millions of years in the past) when most of what we know as Florida today was the bottom of the sea.Revision of the Miocene and Pliocene Equidae of North America.

JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. Revision of the Miocene and Pliocene Equidae of North America. and interpretation of the principal characters shown in the numerous and varied types representing the American Miocene.Revision of the Miocene and Pliocene Equidae of North America.

Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 23, article By. Gidley, James Williams, Osborn, Henry Fairfield, Type. Book Publication info. Language. English. Find in a local library.